Marrying Hierarchy and Emergence—The Example of Project Management 2.0 Tools

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The sharing economy has established itself in everyday life and has long taken the crowdsourced collaborative production model beyond its open source software beginnings. Disruptive innovator companies such as Uber and AirBnB have emerged and are demonstrating the power of distributed, networked, and agile organising principles. Organisations like these reflect a fundamental shift in thinking away from the industrial-age idea that emphasises rigidly-structured juggernauts as the way to maximise efficiency through economies of scale. Blockchain technologies are another example that reinforces the case for organisational decentralisation. It demonstrates how technologies can provide the ability to establish effective, transparent systems of distributed governance.

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